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[Archaeological Museum, (Olympia, Greece). Apollo, from West pediment of Temple of Zeus, Olympia]
[Archaeological Museum, (Olympia, Greece). Apollo, from West pediment of Temple of Zeus, Olympia]
[British Museum, (London, England). Bronze statuette of Apollo, later copy of the Apollo Philesius of Miletus. Original statue before 479 B.C. Copy not older than III century]
[British Museum, (London, England). Bronze statuette of Apollo, later copy of the Apollo Philesius of Miletus. Original statue before 479 B.C. Copy not older than III century]
[Musée du Louvre, (Paris, France). Apollo Sauroctonus, from an original by Praxiteles]
[Musée du Louvre, (Paris, France). Apollo Sauroctonus, from an original by Praxiteles]
[Musée du Louvre, (Paris, France). Head of Apollo, fragment, from an original of Transitional period]
[Musée du Louvre, (Paris, France). Head of Apollo, fragment, from an original of Transitional period]
[Musée du Louvre, (Paris, France). Sarcofagis front: Phaedra and Hippolytus, Apollo and Marsyas. Age of the Antonines]
[Musée du Louvre, (Paris, France). Sarcofagis front: Phaedra and Hippolytus, Apollo and Marsyas. Age of the Antonines]
[Museo Barracco, (Rome, Italy). Head of apollo, fragment, from the Esquiline. From a V Century B.C. original]
[Museo Barracco, (Rome, Italy). Head of apollo, fragment, from the Esquiline. From a V Century B.C. original]
[Museo Barracco, (Rome, Italy). Head of Lycian Apollo, fragment, from a IV Century B.C. original]
[Museo Barracco, (Rome, Italy). Head of Lycian Apollo, fragment, from a IV Century B.C. original]
[Museo Gregoriano Etrusco, (Vatican City). Details: Apollo rounding up his herd, outside; Symposium, inside. Kylix attributed to Brygos, from Vulci]
[Museo Gregoriano Etrusco, (Vatican City). Details: Apollo rounding up his herd, outside; Symposium, inside. Kylix attributed to Brygos, from Vulci]
[Museo Nazionale Etrusco di Villa Giulia. (Rome, Italy). Etruscan sculpture: Apollo with moulded fragments, terracotta, from Veii. V Century B.C.]
[Museo Nazionale Etrusco di Villa Giulia. (Rome, Italy). Etruscan sculpture: Apollo with moulded fragments, terracotta, from Veii. V Century B.C.]
[Museo Pio-Clementino, (Vatican City). Apollo Belvedere, detail of head, profile, from a IV Century B.C. original]
[Museo Pio-Clementino, (Vatican City). Apollo Belvedere, detail of head, profile, from a IV Century B.C. original]
[Museo Pio-Clementino, (Vatican City). Apollo from Centocelle from a IV Century B.C. original]
[Museo Pio-Clementino, (Vatican City). Apollo from Centocelle from a IV Century B.C. original]
[National Museum, (Athens, Greece). Apollo
[National Museum, (Athens, Greece). Apollo "on the omphalos" from an original of transitional period]
[National Museum, (Athens, Greece). The Mantinean basis, relief from: Apollo and Marsyas, by school of Praxiteles]
[National Museum, (Athens, Greece). The Mantinean basis, relief from: Apollo and Marsyas, by school of Praxiteles]
[Regio VI, Insula 15, 1, (Pompeii, Italy). House of the Vettii, painting: Maenad and Python killed by Apollo, detail of decorative fresco on West wall of great oecus. Fourth style]
[Regio VI, Insula 15, 1, (Pompeii, Italy). House of the Vettii, painting: Maenad and Python killed by Apollo, detail of decorative fresco on West wall of great oecus. Fourth style]
[Sousse, Museum, statue of Apollo (Tunisia)] [graphic]
[Sousse, Museum, statue of Apollo (Tunisia)] [graphic]
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